Now a day, Male Infertility is getting more common these days among men because of changes in lifestyle. Male factor infertility is when an issue with the man’s biology makes him unable to impregnate a woman. It accounts for between 41 to 50 percent of infertility cases and affects around 7.5 percent of men.
The major reason for male infertility is Low sperm Motility which is when ‘sperm’ is not able to swim properly and barely make any progress once ejaculated in vagina. For the sperm to get through the cervical mucus to fertilize a woman’s egg, they need to have progressive motility of at least 25 micrometers a second.
Poor sperm motility or asthenozoospermia is diagnosed when less than 32 percent of the sperm are able to move efficiently.
Semen analysis is the most basic and useful test, and it can detect 9 out of 10 men with a fertility problem. The test assesses the formation of the sperm, as well as how they interact in the seminal fluid.
The sample is usually collected by masturbation. The man will be asked to abstain from sex for between 2 to 7 days before collecting the sample to increase the volume of semen.
It is necessary for the whole ejaculation is being collected in a sterile container to ensure the test results are complete.
The sample is usually collected in a private room at the doctor’s office or collection facility, though in some circumstances it can be produced at home. If this is the case, the sample will need to be delivered for analysis within an hour.
There are some treatments options available for this problem, some of them are listed below:
IUI (Intrauterine insemination): In this process, best sperm is separated from other sperms and directly introduced near egg at the ovulation time. This way the sperm does not need to swim to fertilize the egg. Such low sperm motility treatments produce good results when carried out in best fertility centre.
IVF (In Vitro Fertilization): In this process, the sperm is extracted, egg is retrieved and both are manually fused in a laboratory dish in controlled environment.
Surgery: Scrotal varicocele leads to decreased testicular functioning causing infertility in 40% of men. Surgical repairs are recommended to treat this problem. Fertility centres offer these surgeries as low sperm motility treatment.
Adaptation of a healthy lifestyle can treat the infertility and increase sperm motility among men. Avoiding junk food, sound sleep, regular exercise, organic food, stress management etc. can help you have a healthy lifestyle.
Recreational drugs, including cannabis, amphetamines, and opiates, and excessive alcohol consumption also reduce sperm quality.
Being overweight with a body mass index of 25 or more can affect both the quality and quantity of sperm.
Balanced diet: Absence of essential vitamins and minerals is caused by unhealthy diet and it can result into low sperm motility. Balanced diet, rich in all essential nutrients should be consumed in order to have quality sperms. This is kind of Low Sperm Count Treatment in Patna.
Avoid Extreme heat: Temperature of the testicles should be maintained less than overall body temperature because overheating of testicles can lead to low sperm motility. Frequent baths in hot tub or sauna should be avoided. Wearing tight underwear also increases temperature of testicles hence wear light and comfortable underwear.
Stress management: Stress is root of almost every health problem, infertility is no exception. Prolonged and untreated stress affects the quality of your sperm. To relieve the stress with yoga and meditation is recommended for quality sperms.
At Diwya Vatssalya Mamta IVF Fertility Hospital you will get the best male fertility treatment in Patna and our counselor will advise you to completely switch on to healthy lifestyle for an effective low sperm count treatment.
If you know anyone who has been trying unsuccessfully to conceive for more than 12 months is advised to speak to our fertility expert Dr. Rashmi Prasad best IVF doctor in Patna.